Rooftop solar energy in New Brunswick is still fairly uncommon, at less than 50 homes with a grid-connected system as of early 2015. However, given the falling cost of solar installations and the fact that the province has set a
Unfortunately, due to abundant hydroelectricity and the lack of a provincial grid-tie policy, grid-integrated solar energy is not a viable option in Newfoundland and Labrador yet. Most solar PV applications in the province are off-grid cottage systems.
Newfoundland and Labrador Solar
With the lowest retail electricity prices in the country, due to abundant hydro-electricity in the province, Quebeckers don’t generally think of solar electricity as a good option. And up until recently, there were not really any financial programs to make
Although solar energy hasn’t taken off in Nunavut, due in part to the high cost of installation and transportation of materials, there are a few systems taking advantage of the long summer days to offset the high cost of energy
The Yukon Territory may be quite far north, but that hasn’t stopped the territorial government from implementing some significant incentive programs for solar energy. With the Micro-generation Program paying for surplus electricity at a premium rate, solar electricity is looking